20+ Rules All Royal Family Members Need to Follow From Birth

4 names

Royal children can have up to 4 names, but they don’t have last names. If it is required, their title plays this function. Prince George, for example, uses the last name Cambridge in his school

20+ Rules All Royal Family Members Need to Follow From Birth

All royal children are breastfed by their mothers, and that is a well-known fact. However, there are some exceptions even here: Queen Victoria decided not to follow this tradition because she thought that breastfeeding made a woman silly.

Presents from all over the world

Children are traditionally given gifts, and royal children get them in enormous quantities. Everybody sends them gifts, starting from the heads of the country and finishing with simple people. A few presents are usually given to charity, and some stay in the family. Gifts can vary from rattles and baby romper suits to scarfs of luxurious brands.

20+ Rules All Royal Family Members Need to Follow From Birth

They cannot communicate with common people.

If a baby’s relatives are common people then, unfortunately, the baby won’t be able to communicate with them. Traditionally it happened that only communication with royals was allowed. However, we all know that the Duchess of Cambridge broke this rule by spending a lot of time with her family.